Blog Elements

You can display blog posts in various ways with the “Blog Post” element/shortcode. You can see one example here and even more at the blog main menu item of this demo.

This simple tool allows you to decode and present a JSON string as a formatted Array. Simply add the string into the field, and hit “Render”.

DNS Lookup Tool

This simple tool allows you to perform a quick lookup of all the DNS zones for a specific domain or subdomain. Enter the domain you'd like to query in the box below, and click "Go" to get started.

Will you market directly to my clients?

Not only no, but heck no! The only time PSD to Final will contact your clients directly is when it’s absolutely required for the publishing of their new site – and even then, it’s only with express written permission from you.

Will the site render correctly on smart phones, tablets, etc?

In a word, Yes. Unless you expressly state otherwise, PSD to Final will build your clients website using responsive methods, meaning it will render correctly on any device – from a Full HD monitor through to older smart phones. PSD to Final…

Who actually programs my client’s new website, where?

Your client’s website will be built using an open source framework by PSD to Final’s distributed programming team, which is split between Australia, the United Kingdom (UK) and Serbia.

What kind of turn-around time are we looking at?

If everything is supplied immediately after your order has been place (in the required formats), you will typically have a “beta” site available for review on the PSD to Final staging server in 3 to 5 working days. Once approved, the…

What information do you need to get started?

To maintain a cost-effective, efficient service, PSD to Final makes use of common third-party tools and services, including Dropbox, Jump Chart and Pro Work Flow. PSD to Final needs the following information to be added to your shared Dropbox…